Definition for "intoxicate"
To stupefy or excite by the action of…
Sentence for "intoxicate"
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Quotes for "intoxicate"
"People intoxicate themselves with work so…"
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Urban Dictionary for "intoxicate"
1. To produce someone
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To stupefy or excite by the action of a chemical material such as liquor.
To stimulate or stimulate: "a person whom life intoxicates, that has no need of wine” ( Anaïs Nin).
To poison; to medication.
In order to make intoxicated; to inebriate; to excite or even stupefy by strong drink or by a narcotic material.
To stimulate to a transport of passion, frenzy, or madness; to elate unduly or excessively.
To cause stupefaction, stimulation, or pleasure by or like by use of a chemical substance: "the thought of Holy War is showing it have not however lost all its capacity to intoxicate and inflame” ( Conor Cruise O'Brien).
To stupefy by doping with chemical compounds such as for example alcoholic beverages.
make intoxicated (with alcoholic products)
have an intoxicating impact on, of a drug
fill with high spirits; fill with optimism
Overexcited, much like pleasure or grief.
to produce drunk, as with spirituous alcohol; inebriate.
Figuratively, to stimulate to a very high pitch of sensation; elate to exaltation, enthusiasm, or frenzy: as, one intoxicated by success.
To cause or produce intoxication; possess residential property of intoxicating: as, an intoxicating alcohol.